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Teaching Philosophy:

My desire for teaching is (1) to motivate students to get a big picture of statistics, (2) to guide students to develop critical thinking skills, and (3) to help students "study by doing" to become independent learners.

Teaching is Art. I would love to be a great artist.

Current Teaching (2016 Spring)

None.

       All course material has been and will be made available on Moodle.

Courses taught at the University of Minnesota Duluth

2015 Fall -- STAT 3611 Introduction to Probability and Statistics, Sec. 001 (35 students)
2015 Fall -- STAT 3611 Introduction to Probability and Statistics, Sec. 002 (35 students)
2015 Fall -- STAT 4050 Introduction to Statistical Computing (20 students)
2015 Summer -- MATH 1297 Calculus II (16 students)
2015 Spring -- STAT 3612 Introduction to Probability and Statistics II (22 students)
2015 Spring -- STAT 5511 Regression Analysis (28 students)
2014 Fall -- STAT 5511 Regression Analysis (23 students)
2014 Fall -- STAT 2411 Statistical Methods (54 students)
2014 Summer -- MATH 1297 Calculus II (24 students)
2014 Spring -- STAT 3611 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (32 students)
2014 Spring -- STAT 5511 Regression Analysis (33 students)
2013 Fall -- STAT 4050 Introduction to Statistical Computing (13 students)
2013 Fall -- STAT 5511 Regression Analysis (28 students)
2013 Summer -- STAT 3411 Engineering Statistics (2 students)
2013 Spring -- STAT 3611 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (29 students)
2013 Spring -- STAT 5511 Regression Analysis (29 students)
2012 Fall -- STAT 3611 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (32 students)

Courses taught at the University of Manitoba:

STAT 1000 Basic Statistical Analysis 1
STAT 2000 Basic Statistical Analysis 2
MATH 1500 Introduction to Calculus
MATH 1520 Introductory Calculus for Management and Social Sciences
MATH 1700 Calculus 2

Course taught at the University of Winnipeg:

STAT 1501 Elementary Biostatistics